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Postby zodiac09 » Tue, 21 Sep 2010 2:28 pm

Was in taxi last week and the cabbie told me that he's lost S$27k in the previous week ! :shock:

"But, dunn worry, Laaa" he told me, "I win back this week !"

No wonder you never see a poor casino owner.....

Mugs game.

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Postby EADG » Tue, 21 Sep 2010 9:19 pm

I used to meet up with her and her boyfriend semi-regularly.

She's actually one of the most intelligent local women I've met here. Bright, witty, opinionated and can back up her opinions, wise beyond her young years, interesting. She uses her moniker tongue in cheek.

ksl wrote:You should checkout the spg's website :cry: OMG :oops: It really was an accident, that i dropped in....spg blog http://sarongpartygirl.blogspot.com/

Pretty screwed up kids on the drug scene
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Postby JayCee » Wed, 22 Sep 2010 11:24 am

SPGs should be applauded as they provide a very useful service...

..after all, who else is going to keep the married western men of Singapore entertained :wink:

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Postby ksl » Wed, 22 Sep 2010 2:40 pm

EADG wrote:I used to meet up with her and her boyfriend semi-regularly.

She's actually one of the most intelligent local women I've met here. Bright, witty, opinionated and can back up her opinions, wise beyond her young years, interesting. She uses her moniker tongue in cheek.

ksl wrote:You should checkout the spg's website :cry: OMG :oops: It really was an accident, that i dropped in....spg blog http://sarongpartygirl.blogspot.com/

Pretty screwed up kids on the drug scene


Actually i quite agree, one can see from her blogging she has the confidence to get up and go, quite the opposite to many other young ladies. Life is all about having a good time when you are under 30, partying and being within reach of the scene, isn't open to everyone. I was in the club scene for a while when i was 29 for a couple of years, a regular drinker propping up the bar, until I intervened, when the bouncer was getting bounced.

I was then offered a job free booze and cash to ensure the place remained friendly, I thought why not, as i was there every night anyway. I soon became part of the party scene and I must admit some of the girls had real talent, along with good looks. I can understand why some women are catty and jealous however, everyone that booms confidence wants to be the centre of attraction, even the Dj's have their own ego trips, that they build on.

I never really got pulled into the sordid scene with the illegal tripping, that's never been me. I am still in touch with a few of those people from my past, and can say that one should do what they want to do, and not care what others think, life is very short and the dangers of going too far when partying need to be controlled if one is the addictive type. Crikey I can recall doing a strip in the club, for a bottle of champagne, whoever could make the longest line on the dance floor with their clothes, won the bottle, mind you i had a ripped body at that time and could flex my pecs, to keep the crowds concentration, all in good fun :wink:

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Postby zodiac09 » Thu, 23 Sep 2010 10:08 am

@KSL. Interesting comments. I've been into clubbing since house came onto the scene waaaay back. Been clubbing at all sorts of killer venues and dirty ol' shacks all over the world. Music is one of those things that makes people "lose it". You know ? The whole hedonistic thing ? Some people it's drugs, some it's drink, some it's an energy & vibe created by those around. I've seen it a few times here in Sing and love the fact that people of all shapes, sizes, ethnicities and self-consciousness can fall prey to the rhythm. Where a tune is just too good not to get up off yer @ss and throw down a few shapes.

Was over at Siloso a few weeks back. Movin & a-groovin [geeez... I sound like Smashee & Nicee !]. Made me realise that you're never too old to dance at clubs/ bars.

Just leave the leather pants and mullets back in the 70's, will ya !

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Postby nakatago » Thu, 23 Sep 2010 10:18 am

zodiac09 wrote:Just leave the leather pants and mullets back in the 70's, will ya !


Speaking of which, I've seen a lot of men here in Singapore sporting mullets. I mean, seriously? Mullets?!?!?

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 23 Sep 2010 11:53 am

zodiac09 wrote:Just leave the leather pants and mullets back in the 70's, will ya !


While mullets & leather were long after my time, I don't find the get-up any sillier than that which the lads are sporting today. :shock:

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Postby nakatago » Thu, 23 Sep 2010 12:20 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:
zodiac09 wrote:Just leave the leather pants and mullets back in the 70's, will ya !


While mullets & leather were long after my time, I don't find the get-up any sillier than that which the lads are sporting today. :shock:


just saw a guy with curly hair and a long mullet. the only thing missing was an ironic mustache.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 23 Sep 2010 12:44 pm

ironic or iconic?

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Postby nakatago » Thu, 23 Sep 2010 12:55 pm

Image

Ironic mustache - a mustache initially grown as a joke by hipsters but has become part of the look of the wearer.

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Give Them a Chance

Postby senkalmag » Tue, 12 Oct 2010 11:26 pm

Wellman wrote:
aster wrote:
ksl wrote:most would call them sluts, very disrespectful and not warranted


Guys have it lucky, because technically we're all sluts by definition... just for being male. :)

One thing I recall about the SPG term was that the chick is also strongly tanned, something which I never understood as to why it has to be part of the "I like to party, I prefer white men" package.


White dudes prefer tanned chicks mostly I suppose!


So whats wrong in it?

Give these tanned girls a chance. The Asian men treat tanned Asian girls as "uneducated natives" from the hills. At least the White men are more enlightened to treat them as equals.

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Re: Give Them a Chance

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 12 Oct 2010 11:59 pm

senkalmag wrote:At least the White men are more enlightened to treat them as equals.


:o You are definitely speaking Image aren't you?


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